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<p><span style="font-weight: 400;">Wizardia CEO Mind and COO Tomas have been spreading the Wizardia word to far away and magical lands. By which we mean that they've both attended the 2022 edition of crypto mega conference Consensus in Austin, Texas! Wizardia's resident Content King Kristo had a virtual sit-down with Mind to discuss Consensus, Wizardia and how it all fits together. Here's a little of what they got up to:</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <ul> <li style="font-weight: 400;" aria-level="1"><span style="font-weight: 400;">Meeting other crypto enthusiasts, gamefi developers and potential partners.</span></li> <li style="font-weight: 400;" aria-level="1"><span style="font-weight: 400;">Checking out inspirational talks from Neal Stephenson & Jaron Lanier about the future of the metaverse.</span></li> <li style="font-weight: 400;" aria-level="1"><span style="font-weight: 400;">Finding out how crypto gaming projects fit into the crypto market and how they're dealing with the current crypto climate.</span></li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><span style="font-weight: 400;">Watch the full video below for all the details or scroll down for the full transcript.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><span style="font-weight: 400;"><iframe src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/mD1oZOAc79o" width="560" height="314" allowfullscreen="allowfullscreen" data-mce-fragment="1"></iframe></span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <h2 id="transcript-of-the-video">Transcript of the video</h2> <p><strong>Kristo</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;">: We're glad you're back because, as much as I have heard, you have spent the last week or so, not in your home country, but actually in the United States where you visited a crypto conference with our COO Tom. So maybe you can quickly give us an overview? What was this conference about and why did you and Tom decide to go there? And what's so important in this conference for you and for Wizardia in general?</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Mind</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;">: Yeah, it was a great time. The conference was called Consensus 2022. So it's one of those big conferences. There's probably tens or hundreds that are going on around the world every year. But this was one of those bigger ones. All the big players were there and a lot of famous speakers.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><span style="font-weight: 400;">So for me personally, it was a really nice experience because it was definitely the biggest one I've ever been to. And it was a fresh look at things, when you are already developing your project and really are looking at things with different eyes, you know? So, it was a great experience.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><span style="font-weight: 400;">It was really good also to meet many other crypto enthusiasts and, as well, other crypto game developers. So we had a lot to talk about and also managed to get some&nbsp; partnerships together. So it's something that's really exciting from my own part and also for Wizardia because, when you have such a project, it was nice that people recognized it - not everyone of course yet - but we are also known already at some level on those bigger events. So it was really nice, like a compliment for our project.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Kristo:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> Wow, okay, that's, that's awesome to hear. It actually sounded like a very, very action-packed event for you. But maybe you can bring out some highlights for you. Was it some type of talk or speech, or what are the biggest names that you were after there? What were the highlights for you, for example?</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Mind:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> Yeah, so I think there's several things. So one of them, of course, is the networking parties that the bigger crypto companies are organizing. Most of those are invitation based events. So some of them you can register freely and some of them we have to work to get in.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><span style="font-weight: 400;">So the ones that are hardest to get in are usually the best ones. And we managed to get into a couple of those. And it was really exciting to really be in the room or in some sort of a terrace together with the biggest names in crypto. That was a really special feeling, you know? And then you get to talk to people, you really feel good and then feel that you're at the right place to be.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><span style="font-weight: 400;">And as for the conference itself, there were a couple of really good, insightful talks that we listened to. And some of the speakers were world famous. But one that was maybe not so much connected with crypto but it was connected with the Metaverse. So there was this author, Neal Stephenson, who actually invented the word "Metaverse" in his creations as an author. And we also had a scientist author guy - what's his name? - it's, Jaron Lanier, I think. It's not a standard American name.&nbsp;</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Kristo:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> Mmm-hmm.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Mind:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> So these two guys had a really nice talk about the origins of the Metaverse and the origins of the VR concept. So as we are kind of connected with, Wizardia is connected to all of this, so it was very interesting to see how it evolved and how there is still no definition for the word "Metaverse" and how it's kind of being created right now, because now is the start of the Metaverse foundation, let's say. So, it was very interesting to see the take of those guys who are, you know, the ones who invented it, who envisioned it before it happened. So it's like talking to Star Wars people in a thousand years when there are actually Star Wars and people are traveling the galaxy. So it was very interesting to see how it evolved and how they envisioned it. And apparently there are a lot of things still missing, you know? So there were talks about how the true Metaverse should not be controlled by a capitalist organization. It should be more of a people's organization, like a DAO principle. So everyone should have a say, to some sort of level, but it should be organized as well by the best people. So it's kind of a utopian universe when you think about it.&nbsp;</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><span style="font-weight: 400;">And, from the VR part, it was interesting that, when people started envisioning, it was much more complex and now it's at a very, very basic level. So what is also really exciting for VR technologies, is that I think we're still at the infant stages, even though a lot of people already have VR goggles or sets and everything. But the controls, the one thing that they were mentioning was the controls, that the controls are super simplistic now. So you're basically using several buttons or a joystick and some buttons to control all the world, which is not that intuitive. So neural controllers should be the thing of the future. And this was also something that connected in my mind that should be a part of a Metaverse where you can actually experience it with your body, not only with your eyes.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Kristo:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> Mm-hmm. Wow, okay. It sounds like you can actually talk like hours of, of all the valuable information that you got there, but I guess like in the back of your mind during the whole time you were looking for some good insights and new ideas and innovations for Wizardia as well. So, have you already gathered your thoughts? What are the most valuable insights and new ideas that you brought home from the conference you're planning to implement to Wizardia?</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Mind:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> I think the key thing to take out of all this, when you see on a big scale: how much is happening and how small a part of this is GameFi in general. So then you see that we need to also help grow the GameFi market in general, to make it bigger, to make it a bigger part of the world and also, at first, the bigger part of the crypto market in general. Because GameFi is quite small and it's not that important, at least in this conference, which was not GameFi specific, it was a general crypto conference. So there's a small part of it, which is growing GameFi. So I would say that growth and patience are the things that we really wanna take away. Cuz now we are in a rush, we're trying to create everything so fast. But sometimes it's the time to make a short stop and really evaluate what are the things that are gonna impact the GameFi future in general.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><span style="font-weight: 400;">So the second thing apart from our game, I think, that we're gonna focus more is to really find ways how to show this enthusiasm to people and how to try to attract non-crypto-friendly users and to really convert them into crypto users, to educate them and to really show what it can be about. So many of those talks that we listen to, were talking about, you know, money decentralization, about crypto integration with real world money and and all these talks that would connect crypto to the everyday world and then would expand the crypto inclusion and then the adoption rates.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Kristo:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> So, oftentimes, it's not really about making your project very well known, but it's like expanding the horizons of the whole community of crypto people and actually matching everything in the world, right?</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Mind:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> Yeah. You, as Wizardia, to really send the message and to be part of the crypto world, not only of the Wizardia universe.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Kristo:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> Mm-hmm, exactly. But of course, another thing, especially as it was a crypto conference and, as we all know, the first half of the year has been quite a blood bath regarding different cryptocurrencies. So did you feel any - I don't know - odd vibe regarding it? How were people, how were their feelings and perspectives? Are people in panic in the crypto space or how did you feel, during that conference? How did people look at it?</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Mind:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> So it really depends on who you talk to. So if you talk to random people at the conference, which happened quite a lot, because you know, when you're working with the Wizardia T-Shirt, (you have one now), so yeah mine is in the washer now, I used it in the conference. So, when you talk to those people, who are less into crypto or they're not there for a long time, these people are kind of panicky and then they really wanna, you know, kind of get some quick answers and then you can see the panic in their eyes and it's probably from lack of experience.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Kristo:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> Mm-hmm.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Mind:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> And when you talk to the guys who have been there quite a long time and work for bigger projects, like top 10 coins or whatever, crypto DeFi projects that are there for several years or even 10 years in some cases, these guys have been through it all.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Kristo:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> Mm-hmm.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Mind:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> They know that the trend is still upwards. If you take it on the long term and those crypto winters happen and bear market is a part of the market. So these guys tell it like this: "focus on what you're doing, develop the product". And this is the best time to actually do some work. Because in a bull market, it's such a chaotic thing, everybody is just trying to solve something. It's just, you know, moving 10 times faster, even for crypto it's 10 times faster. So it's a good time to reflect, to make some plans and then to really check the quality of your project. So I think it's gonna be a good test for us, a good time to focus on our game development and on our product in general. And just believe it and I will end this answer with a quote. During the conference also, I saw on Twitter that the CEO of Binance posted "Hold is hard", you know? So it's really the hardest part in crypto, to really invest at the right time. I don't say that you have to buy in the dip, but if you really truly believe in crypto, there is no bad time to buy. If you buy it and hold it long term for two years, three years, for some cases, 10 or 15 years, most of the guys who did that are multimillionaires. And then they can probably teach you how to hold. So it's a good time to learn some patience and to really do some research and understand what you are investing in. So always, always do your research and I think it's a good time for that right now.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Kristo:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> For sure. And actually, you know, of course, in our Wizardia community as well, people have invested in Wizardia tokens, they have had their not so certain moments as well during the recent weeks after the big crash. So how do you see that Wizardia is planning to tackle the crypto crash? Because I feel that our community should be quite content and certain because, as much as I can see from the inside, things are moving very well. And do you have any other insights to give people and give them perspective, how Wizardia is tackling these times?</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Mind:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> Yeah, so I don't think there are some actions that we're gonna take that are just directly directed on the token price, let's say.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Kristo:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> Mm-hmm.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Mind:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> But if you check the token price, it's quite stable. So somebody was even making a meme, I think, on our Discord, that Wizardia token is the new stablecoin. Because it reacted quite well. For other projects, it was really bad. We understand that some people are not happy with the price drops and so on, but it's all part of the natural process. We all know that the token health is really connected to the age of the token as well, so you cannot just moon, you know, it's just something in the bull market when there's a new product and everyone is just, you know, chaotically buying stuff.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><span style="font-weight: 400;">But we're happy with the stability, of course. Everything is gonna depend on how our team works and they're doing their best. So we really hope the community will love what we're doing. The community is going to grow. So the key word in this point, I think is community and you know, they're true believers. So this is what we're doing. We're trying to market the project to make it more popular, to introduce this to more people and with the launch of the game and those segments of the game that we'll be launching in those pieces, so they should be something where people can even test some early stages of what we're making. And finally&nbsp; grow together into that complete game that we wanna launch later.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Kristo:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> Awesome. So it all ties down to our very, very good community base that we already have and it's growing every day. So I think people have nothing to worry about and should rather be super excited about what lays ahead.&nbsp;</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Mind:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> Yeah. Yeah, of course. I think the ones who believe, it's the same with the holder: "hold is hard". So believing in something is hard, but if you truly believe in it, if you really love what you're doing or you love the project, then it's much easier. So you always need to talk with the community, understand what they want and work together with them. So that's what we're planning to do.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Kristo:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> Awesome. And, as we already mentioned community, if I'm not mistaken, then I suppose maybe next week or so you will also have a new Q&A video interview live, coming soon. So are you confirming it?&nbsp;</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Mind:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> Yes, yes. Actually today we confirmed it. It's gonna be the middle of next week. So there's an announcement probably coming&nbsp; this week about what time and exactly what date it's going to happen. We'll prepare some news and give a chance for the community to ask their own questions and answer them.&nbsp;</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Kristo:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> Awesome. I guess that's something that we are all waiting for. And I guess that's it&nbsp; for now. I really thank you for taking your time and sharing your experience and insights that you got from the crypto conference and regarding every other stuff as well, because always listening from your perspectives and your knowledge is something that gives power and excitement to our team as well. So it's always very refreshing to talk to you, Mind. So thank you for your time. And, but maybe you have some last exciting words or news to our community?</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Mind:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> Yeah, so great to be here. Thank you all guys who are still with us and welcome to the new members who are joining just now. So hope to talk to you soon and, of course, stay tuned and wait for some news about our next Q&A session. That's when you will learn something new.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Kristo:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> Awesome. Thank you so much Mind and talk soon.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Mind:</strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> Yeah. Thanks man.</span></p>

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Wizardia CEO Mind and COO Tomas have been spreading the Wizardia word to far away and magical lands. By which we mean that they’ve both attended the 2022 edition of crypto mega conference Consensus in Austin, Texas! Wizardia’s resident Content King Kristo had a virtual sit-down with Mind to discuss Consensus, Wizardia and how it all fits together. Here’s a little of what they got up to:

 

  • Meeting other crypto enthusiasts, gamefi developers and potential partners.
  • Checking out inspirational talks from Neal Stephenson & Jaron Lanier about the future of the metaverse.
  • Finding out how crypto gaming projects fit into the crypto market and how they’re dealing with the current crypto climate.

 

Watch the full video below for all the details or scroll down for the full transcript.

 

 

Transcript of the video

Kristo: We're glad you're back because, as much as I have heard, you have spent the last week or so, not in your home country, but actually in the United States where you visited a crypto conference with our COO Tom. So maybe you can quickly give us an overview? What was this conference about and why did you and Tom decide to go there? And what's so important in this conference for you and for Wizardia in general?

 

Mind: Yeah, it was a great time. The conference was called Consensus 2022. So it's one of those big conferences. There's probably tens or hundreds that are going on around the world every year. But this was one of those bigger ones. All the big players were there and a lot of famous speakers.

 

So for me personally, it was a really nice experience because it was definitely the biggest one I've ever been to. And it was a fresh look at things, when you are already developing your project and really are looking at things with different eyes, you know? So, it was a great experience.

 

It was really good also to meet many other crypto enthusiasts and, as well, other crypto game developers. So we had a lot to talk about and also managed to get some  partnerships together. So it's something that's really exciting from my own part and also for Wizardia because, when you have such a project, it was nice that people recognized it - not everyone of course yet - but we are also known already at some level on those bigger events. So it was really nice, like a compliment for our project.

 

Kristo: Wow, okay, that's, that's awesome to hear. It actually sounded like a very, very action-packed event for you. But maybe you can bring out some highlights for you. Was it some type of talk or speech, or what are the biggest names that you were after there? What were the highlights for you, for example?

 

Mind: Yeah, so I think there's several things. So one of them, of course, is the networking parties that the bigger crypto companies are organizing. Most of those are invitation based events. So some of them you can register freely and some of them we have to work to get in.

 

So the ones that are hardest to get in are usually the best ones. And we managed to get into a couple of those. And it was really exciting to really be in the room or in some sort of a terrace together with the biggest names in crypto. That was a really special feeling, you know? And then you get to talk to people, you really feel good and then feel that you're at the right place to be.

 

And as for the conference itself, there were a couple of really good, insightful talks that we listened to. And some of the speakers were world famous. But one that was maybe not so much connected with crypto but it was connected with the Metaverse. So there was this author, Neal Stephenson, who actually invented the word "Metaverse" in his creations as an author. And we also had a scientist author guy - what's his name? - it's, Jaron Lanier, I think. It's not a standard American name. 

 

Kristo: Mmm-hmm.

 

Mind: So these two guys had a really nice talk about the origins of the Metaverse and the origins of the VR concept. So as we are kind of connected with, Wizardia is connected to all of this, so it was very interesting to see how it evolved and how there is still no definition for the word "Metaverse" and how it's kind of being created right now, because now is the start of the Metaverse foundation, let's say. So, it was very interesting to see the take of those guys who are, you know, the ones who invented it, who envisioned it before it happened. So it's like talking to Star Wars people in a thousand years when there are actually Star Wars and people are traveling the galaxy. So it was very interesting to see how it evolved and how they envisioned it. And apparently there are a lot of things still missing, you know? So there were talks about how the true Metaverse should not be controlled by a capitalist organization. It should be more of a people's organization, like a DAO principle. So everyone should have a say, to some sort of level, but it should be organized as well by the best people. So it's kind of a utopian universe when you think about it. 

 

And, from the VR part, it was interesting that, when people started envisioning, it was much more complex and now it's at a very, very basic level. So what is also really exciting for VR technologies, is that I think we're still at the infant stages, even though a lot of people already have VR goggles or sets and everything. But the controls, the one thing that they were mentioning was the controls, that the controls are super simplistic now. So you're basically using several buttons or a joystick and some buttons to control all the world, which is not that intuitive. So neural controllers should be the thing of the future. And this was also something that connected in my mind that should be a part of a Metaverse where you can actually experience it with your body, not only with your eyes.

 

Kristo: Mm-hmm. Wow, okay. It sounds like you can actually talk like hours of, of all the valuable information that you got there, but I guess like in the back of your mind during the whole time you were looking for some good insights and new ideas and innovations for Wizardia as well. So, have you already gathered your thoughts? What are the most valuable insights and new ideas that you brought home from the conference you're planning to implement to Wizardia?

 

Mind: I think the key thing to take out of all this, when you see on a big scale: how much is happening and how small a part of this is GameFi in general. So then you see that we need to also help grow the GameFi market in general, to make it bigger, to make it a bigger part of the world and also, at first, the bigger part of the crypto market in general. Because GameFi is quite small and it's not that important, at least in this conference, which was not GameFi specific, it was a general crypto conference. So there's a small part of it, which is growing GameFi. So I would say that growth and patience are the things that we really wanna take away. Cuz now we are in a rush, we're trying to create everything so fast. But sometimes it's the time to make a short stop and really evaluate what are the things that are gonna impact the GameFi future in general.

 

So the second thing apart from our game, I think, that we're gonna focus more is to really find ways how to show this enthusiasm to people and how to try to attract non-crypto-friendly users and to really convert them into crypto users, to educate them and to really show what it can be about. So many of those talks that we listen to, were talking about, you know, money decentralization, about crypto integration with real world money and and all these talks that would connect crypto to the everyday world and then would expand the crypto inclusion and then the adoption rates.

 

Kristo: So, oftentimes, it's not really about making your project very well known, but it's like expanding the horizons of the whole community of crypto people and actually matching everything in the world, right?

 

Mind: Yeah. You, as Wizardia, to really send the message and to be part of the crypto world, not only of the Wizardia universe.

 

Kristo: Mm-hmm, exactly. But of course, another thing, especially as it was a crypto conference and, as we all know, the first half of the year has been quite a blood bath regarding different cryptocurrencies. So did you feel any - I don't know - odd vibe regarding it? How were people, how were their feelings and perspectives? Are people in panic in the crypto space or how did you feel, during that conference? How did people look at it?

 

Mind: So it really depends on who you talk to. So if you talk to random people at the conference, which happened quite a lot, because you know, when you're working with the Wizardia T-Shirt, (you have one now), so yeah mine is in the washer now, I used it in the conference. So, when you talk to those people, who are less into crypto or they're not there for a long time, these people are kind of panicky and then they really wanna, you know, kind of get some quick answers and then you can see the panic in their eyes and it's probably from lack of experience.

 

Kristo: Mm-hmm.

 

Mind: And when you talk to the guys who have been there quite a long time and work for bigger projects, like top 10 coins or whatever, crypto DeFi projects that are there for several years or even 10 years in some cases, these guys have been through it all.

 

Kristo: Mm-hmm.

 

Mind: They know that the trend is still upwards. If you take it on the long term and those crypto winters happen and bear market is a part of the market. So these guys tell it like this: "focus on what you're doing, develop the product". And this is the best time to actually do some work. Because in a bull market, it's such a chaotic thing, everybody is just trying to solve something. It's just, you know, moving 10 times faster, even for crypto it's 10 times faster. So it's a good time to reflect, to make some plans and then to really check the quality of your project. So I think it's gonna be a good test for us, a good time to focus on our game development and on our product in general. And just believe it and I will end this answer with a quote. During the conference also, I saw on Twitter that the CEO of Binance posted "Hold is hard", you know? So it's really the hardest part in crypto, to really invest at the right time. I don't say that you have to buy in the dip, but if you really truly believe in crypto, there is no bad time to buy. If you buy it and hold it long term for two years, three years, for some cases, 10 or 15 years, most of the guys who did that are multimillionaires. And then they can probably teach you how to hold. So it's a good time to learn some patience and to really do some research and understand what you are investing in. So always, always do your research and I think it's a good time for that right now.

 

Kristo: For sure. And actually, you know, of course, in our Wizardia community as well, people have invested in Wizardia tokens, they have had their not so certain moments as well during the recent weeks after the big crash. So how do you see that Wizardia is planning to tackle the crypto crash? Because I feel that our community should be quite content and certain because, as much as I can see from the inside, things are moving very well. And do you have any other insights to give people and give them perspective, how Wizardia is tackling these times?

 

Mind: Yeah, so I don't think there are some actions that we're gonna take that are just directly directed on the token price, let's say.

 

Kristo: Mm-hmm.

 

Mind: But if you check the token price, it's quite stable. So somebody was even making a meme, I think, on our Discord, that Wizardia token is the new stablecoin. Because it reacted quite well. For other projects, it was really bad. We understand that some people are not happy with the price drops and so on, but it's all part of the natural process. We all know that the token health is really connected to the age of the token as well, so you cannot just moon, you know, it's just something in the bull market when there's a new product and everyone is just, you know, chaotically buying stuff.

 

But we're happy with the stability, of course. Everything is gonna depend on how our team works and they're doing their best. So we really hope the community will love what we're doing. The community is going to grow. So the key word in this point, I think is community and you know, they’re true believers. So this is what we're doing. We're trying to market the project to make it more popular, to introduce this to more people and with the launch of the game and those segments of the game that we'll be launching in those pieces, so they should be something where people can even test some early stages of what we're making. And finally  grow together into that complete game that we wanna launch later.

 

Kristo: Awesome. So it all ties down to our very, very good community base that we already have and it's growing every day. So I think people have nothing to worry about and should rather be super excited about what lays ahead. 

 

Mind: Yeah. Yeah, of course. I think the ones who believe, it's the same with the holder: "hold is hard". So believing in something is hard, but if you truly believe in it, if you really love what you're doing or you love the project, then it's much easier. So you always need to talk with the community, understand what they want and work together with them. So that's what we're planning to do.

 

Kristo: Awesome. And, as we already mentioned community, if I'm not mistaken, then I suppose maybe next week or so you will also have a new Q&A video interview live, coming soon. So are you confirming it? 

 

Mind: Yes, yes. Actually today we confirmed it. It's gonna be the middle of next week. So there's an announcement probably coming  this week about what time and exactly what date it's going to happen. We'll prepare some news and give a chance for the community to ask their own questions and answer them. 

 

Kristo: Awesome. I guess that's something that we are all waiting for. And I guess that's it  for now. I really thank you for taking your time and sharing your experience and insights that you got from the crypto conference and regarding every other stuff as well, because always listening from your perspectives and your knowledge is something that gives power and excitement to our team as well. So it's always very refreshing to talk to you, Mind. So thank you for your time. And, but maybe you have some last exciting words or news to our community?

 

Mind: Yeah, so great to be here. Thank you all guys who are still with us and welcome to the new members who are joining just now. So hope to talk to you soon and, of course, stay tuned and wait for some news about our next Q&A session. That's when you will learn something new.

 

Kristo: Awesome. Thank you so much Mind and talk soon.

 

Mind: Yeah. Thanks man.

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